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📒My Health Is Better In November ✍ Havilah Babcock
✏My Health Is Better in November Book Summary : Packed with such rare humor & developed with such true originality, these stories will delight & amuse even those who have never shot a gun or cast a fly.
📒What S Threatening My Health ✍ Flavia Kreis C. N. C
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📒My Health Is Great ✍ Gizel Hazan
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📒My Health My Faith My Culture ✍ Sue Timmins
✏My Health My Faith My Culture Book Summary : Every patient, whatever their cultural background and religious affiliation, is entitled to receive healthcare that is sensitive, appropriate and person- centred. In the UK today, there are people from many different minority groups. There are also members of the host population who follow religions other than Christianity, either from birth or personal choice. The patient's chosen or birth faith should always play an integral part in their care. This helpful guide enables healthcare practitioners to rise to the challenge of providing culturally sensitive services by giving them an understanding of patients' varying potential requirements and how to meet them.
📒My Health Is In My Hands ✍ Tammy Letherer
✏My Health is in My Hands Book Summary : Thumbs up foods are just the beginning! A fantastic book that associates each finger with foods to eat, making choices easy and fun! Cyndi Dale, author of The Subtle Body Encyclopedia Here is a must-have book for every parent trying to teach their children healthy eating habits. Lindsey Smith, author of Junk Foods & Junk Moods This book helps parents start their kids on a healthy path that will benefit them the rest of their lives. Lisa Mentgen-Gordon, CEO, Healing Touch Program The illustrations are luminous and help kids take a colorful, energetic interest in what they eat. Marla Feingold, Certified Clinical Nutritionist and Dietician
✏The Graham Journal of Health and Longevity Book Summary :
📒Scavengers Among Us ✍ tim wentz
✏Scavengers Among Us Book Summary : Many families are NOT financially protected and their assets are loose for Scavengers to grab up. Unknowingly, these Scavengers could be your step Family, aunts or uncles, your own sibblings! A tragedy could be waiting to happen to you !! This is SO IMPORTANT for you to take action now, to save you and your Family Thousands of Dollars and personal property assets.
📒Using Person Centered Health Analytics To Live Longer ✍ Dwight McNeill
✏Using Person Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer Book Summary : The American way of producing health is failing. It continues to rank very low among developed countries on our most vital need…to live a long and healthy life. Despite the well-intentioned actions on the part of government, life sciences, and technology, the most important resource for achieving our full health potential is ourselves. This book is about how you can do so, and how others can help you. Dwight McNeill introduces person-centered health analytics (pchA) and shows how you can use it to master five everyday behaviors that cause and perpetuate most chronic diseases. Using Person-Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer combines deep insight, a comprehensive framework, and practical tools for living longer and healthier lives. It offers a clear path forward for both individuals and stakeholders, including providers, payers, health promotion companies, technology innovators, government, and analytics practitioners.
📒The Optimal Health Revolution ✍ Duke Johnson
✏The Optimal Health Revolution Book Summary : A plan for preventing the persistent inflammation that may lead to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other health problems. Science has begun to discover that many of our most lethal diseases have a common underlying cause: persistent inflammation, an over-active reaction of our natural immune system function resulting in cell and tissue destruction. This persistent inflammation is triggered by our industrial lifestyles, including exposure to chemicals, synthetic food ingredients, pollution, and processed foods. As Newsweek reports: “Researchers are linking inflammation to an ever-wider array of chronic illnesses. Suddenly medical puzzles seem to be fitting together, such as why hypertension puts patients at increased risk of Alzheimer’s, or why rheumatoid-arthritis sufferers have higher rates of sudden cardiac death. They’re all connected on some fundamental level.” But inflammation, and the risks of chronic diseases it brings, can be managed. Lifestyle and nutritional change is part of the answer. But the other part of the answer lies with ground-breaking information from a new field—nutrigenomics, the science of how your genes interact with nutrients. It is the study of how DNA and the genetic code affect a person’s need for certain nutrients and help maintain optimal health throughout life. The Optimal Health Revolution combines leading-edge science—including six hundred scientific references—with an easy to read style that make this critical information accessible to every reader. Relevant to both the researcher and medical doctor interested in the latest science and the casual reader looking to improve his or her health, this book makes a critical contribution to our understanding of health.
📒The Mental Health Professional And The New Technologies ✍ Marlene M. Maheu
✏The Mental Health Professional and the New Technologies Book Summary : In the last two decades, new communication technologies have dramatically changed the world in which mental health professionals and their patients live. Developments such as e-mail, online chat groups, Web pages, search engines, and electronic databases are directly or indirectly affecting most people's routines and expectations. Other developments are poised to do so in the near future. Already, for example, patients are acquiring both good and bad advice and information on the Web; many expect to be able to reach their therapists by e-mail. And already there is pressure from third party payers for providers to submit claims electronically. These technological breakthroughs have the potential to make mental health care more widely available and accessible, affordable, acceptable to patients, and adaptable to special needs. But many mental health professionals, as well as those who train them, are skeptical about integrating the new capabilities into their services and question the ethical and legal appropriateness of doing so. Those unfamiliar with the technologies tend to be particularly doubtful. How much e-mail contact with patients should I encourage or permit, and for what purposes? Why should I set up a Web site and how do I do so and what should I put on it? Should I refer patients to chat groups or Web-based discussion forums? Could video-conferencing be a helpful tool in some cases and what is involved? How do I avoid trouble if I dare to experiment with innovations? And last but not least, will the results of my experimentation be cost-effective? The book includes: an extensive overview of legal and regulatory issues, such as those raised by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); concrete technical, ethical, and managerial suggestions summarized in a seven-step Online Consultation Risk Management model; and how to" resource lists and sample documents of use to beginners and experienced professionals alike. For better or worse, no mental health professional today can avoid confronting the issues presented by the new technologies. The Mental Health Professional and the New Technologies: A Handbook for Practice Today will enormously simplify the job of thinking through the issues and making clinically, ethically, and legally prudent decisions.